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This affluent Morris County town has a rich history. On one of the nationís first commercial railroad lines, it lured prosperous families from New York City who were looking for room to spread out, ride horses, and garden (Madison is known for its roses). The allure remains: Residents enjoy a relaxing, historic ambiance, a direct line to Manhattan, and a variety of housing options, from affordable apartments to million-dollar-plus homes. The town is popular among artists and academics; Drew University and a campus of Fairleigh Dickinson University are both located here. --N.D.Subscribe to Money Magazine
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